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Ahora es el momento para que el servicio de bomberos para abrazar colectivamente aspersores contra incendios en casa

Por Fred Durso, Jr. The following was written by NFPA blogger Rick Ennis: After writing six blog posts, I wanted to pause to reflect. If you have been a regular reader, thanks! Hopefully, you have caught on to the theme the first six blogs were intended to create. If you haven’t been a regular reader, I would encourage you to read my previous posts in the order they were written. I have received some very positive feedback and constructive criticism. Some feel that I am merely stating the obvious and really not recommending how to resolve any issues. I would like to take this

Fuente:: NFPA – Fire Sprinkler Initiative


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